Saturday, April 19, 2014

Leading the travel trends

1/25/2013

Members of the West Franklin chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America pose with a Herald during a recent trip to Oklahoma City for a national conference. Motivational speakers challenged the 5,000 young men and women to make a difference in their community and to stand up for positive decisions regarding substance abuse and traffic safety, Merritta Combs, chapter adviser, said. West Franklin leaders and chaperones were treated to a special tour of the back of the kitchen at the Marriott Hotel by Chef Peter. Leaders even were allowed to craft their own special omelet. West Franklin FCCLA leaders said they would step up to the plate and choose activities to better their community and school, Combs said. Danny Homer, a chapter parent, and Combs also attended “It Can Wait “(no texting and driving) and “Don’t Bully” workshops. Want your vacation or travel photo published? Just snap a quick picture of yourself with a copy of The Herald on your travels and email it, along with a brief description of your trip and the identities of those photographed, to news@ottawaherald.com

Members of the West Franklin chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America pose with a Herald during a recent trip to Oklahoma City for a national conference. Motivational speakers challenged the 5,000 young men and women to make a difference in their community and to stand up for positive decisions regarding substance abuse and traffic safety, Merritta Combs, chapter adviser, said. West Franklin leaders and chaperones were treated to a special tour of the back of the kitchen at the Marriott Hotel by Chef Peter. Leaders even were allowed to craft their own special omelet. West Franklin FCCLA leaders said they would step up to the plate and choose activities to better their community and school, Combs said. Danny Homer, a chapter parent, and Combs also attended “It Can Wait “(no texting and driving) and “Don’t Bully” workshops. Want your vacation or travel photo published? Just snap a quick picture of yourself with a copy of The Herald on your travels and email it, along with a brief description of your trip and the identities of those photographed, to news@ottawaherald.com

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